Can I Tax Deduct a Company Car?

Can I Tax Deduct a Company Car?

It’s not exactly tax season any more, when questions about the paperwork you need and deductions you can make are fresh on your mind, but it can always be useful to think about these things. Especially if you are planning to take out an affordable car loan for a business vehicle and are wondering if you would be able to save a little tax money on it. Keep reading for the answer to: “Can I tax deduct a company car?” Read the rest of this entry >>

How Can I Get Collector Plates in Wisconsin?

How Can I Get Collector Plates in Wisconsin?

Antique vs collector vs hobbyist license plates in Wisconsin

We’ve written in the past about the definition of a classic car, and how it can vary. But what if you have a gorgeous older vehicle and want specialty plates for it? If you want to know “How can I get collector plates in Wisconsin?” keep reading. We are going to look at the difference between antique vs collector vs hobbyist license plates in Wisconsin, and where to get them. Read the rest of this entry >>

Do Car Dealerships Look at Your Credit Score?

Do Car Dealerships Look at Your Credit Score?

If you have just gone through a divorce or have medical bills or other marks on your credit history, maybe your credit score isn’t as good as it could be. When you go to take out a loan to buy a vehicle, you might have a score that will affect your financing experience. Do car dealerships look at your credit score before offering financing? Keep reading to get the details. Read the rest of this entry >>

What Are Private Party Car Loans?

What Are Private Party Car Loans?

Most people can’t straight out buy a new or pre-owned vehicle, which means that there are many different ways to receive auto financing. Many people buy their car from a dealership, which handles much of the financing paperwork. However, sometimes if you are buying a car from a private seller, you will need what is called a private party car loan. But what are private party car loans? Read the rest of this entry >>